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. >> okay. t.j. rogers, welcome back. i will ask you the same question. are the democrats the party of big government? do they want to interfere with industries across the economy? how do you see it? >> of course. they are spending twice as much money as they take in in tax revenues. they are using it for unproductive government programs, cash for clunkers is one example. they want to raise taxes farther to pay for their excess spending. they have to get smaller and more efficient. that's what's wrong with the economy today. that's why we have 8% unemployment. >> senator, i want to ask you about the tax and spend charge. t.j. made it. others made it. raise tax rates in order to increase spending on various functions many the government. that suspiciously sounds like a big government play. >> we did a combination of revenues and cuts. here we are. we have gone with a gap from 14% of gdp in revenue and 23% or so in spending. that's unacceptable. we have to pull up the revenues where they were before and pull down spending and meet in the middle and have a path that doesn't throw us back into
at the nfl for allowing america's game to come to this. and green bay's t.j. lang cursed the nfl and wrote fine me and use the money to pay the regular refs. wisconsin's state senator joined in the action on twitter as well. he tweeted nfl commissioner roger goodell's office phone number to his followers. that's not good. he said if the league doesn't end its lockout of the officials, the rest of the season will be a joke. >>> in lighter news to, baseball now and the red hot race for the wild card. in texas, adrian beltre ties the game in the seventh inning with a two-run homer. beltre comes up against in the ninth, knocks in the game-winning run with a single. the a's are now just two games up on the angels for the last wild card in the a.l. in houston, cardinals center fielder jon jay going to rob jason castro of an extra-base hit when he makes a juggling bare handed catch. look at that. it's in the fourth inning. the cards win 6-1 and stay three and a half games up on the dodgers and brewers for the n.l.'s second wild card spot. >>> when we come back, a medical mystery. health officials
defense now on the issue of national security? roger simon and p.j. crowley, a former secretary of state and retired air force colonel. years ago, i wrote a piece, the mommy and daddy party. the democratic party is good on health issues and education and republican ss b about law and order and defense and keeping a gun under the bed. tough daddy and regular mommy. but today, the democrats have done a little border crossing. they are the guys that got bin laden and braggi inging about i. >> i thought they did a clever job especially on the last day of their convention in rebranding the democratic party as the party of patriotism and of strength. as we just saw, the republican party is a party of naivety, one that doesn't know how to deal with foreign policy. but what's more as biden said, they're doom criers. they don't trust america. they sell america short. >> why are they running two guys with no military backing, but with no real interest in foreign policy. neither has any interest about the world! because this was. >> because this was supposed to be about jobs, jobs, jobs! one thing
's not c.z.? >> anything is possible. at the jersey shore. they're happy. god bless j-woww and roger. hope it lasts. >> a couple. i really like. jennifer garner and ben affleck, they have three kids now. on "ellen" going to air today. she talks about something we didn't know about ben. apparently, he has, quote, wonder sperm. they were talking about it. he wants more kids. she is like, i am shutting it down right now. they have three kids. she tells ellen i plan to be done. but my husband is kind of a wonder sperm kind of guy. ellen said good to know, laughed and kind of moved on. where are you supposed to go with that? >> those michael phelps' sperm. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and save you up to thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide to help you better understand what medicare is all about. and which aarp medicare supplement plan works best for yo
'll be fined at all. i think a player like t.j. lang of the packers might be fined because he also unleashed a stream of profanity directed at the nfl, roger goodell and the owners, they might be able to go behind that but as far as the basic free speech stuff that's been going on, i think the nfl even though in normal times they might fine or discipline players for this, they won't in this case because i think that there's a shame factor that they've proven this week they can't get beyond. >> isn't there also a larger contigous context. the league has tried to, in the last couple of years elevate its concern publicly for player safety and the concussion issue is looming out there. but with -- you have players taking notes and describing it as deadwood or i've heard players describe it as oz or completely uncontrolled out there. issues of this safety and player safety would i think, be placed in a different context. the nfl, i think, over time, realized they were walking themselves into another environment possibly whe
packer players were not so reticent. t.j. lang tweeted blank it nfl. fine me and use the money to pay the regular refs. frank gore had an outrageous tweet. quote, who's worse? the dude that directed the anti-muslim movie or roger goode goodell? i think old roger, end quote. wow. let's talk to npr sports correspondent mike peska. hi, mike. >> health go what did you thi--. what did you think of that tweet? >> i think he's wrong, but it is the outrage occurring throughout the league. >> let's talk about what is next. what does roger goodell do now? >> where the nfl replacement refs went from farce to shame. it has gone too far. that is a pretty uniform opinion except among the 32 people who matcher are the nfl owners. really 31 because green bay packers collectively owned. that's an irony. one team most hurt by the refer. it may be that every commentator in the world can go crazy and say this was an awful call and it certainly was an awful call, but that might not sway the owners. >> what will sway the owners? will it take someone getting hurt? that appears to be the way it's going. >> w
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